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Sheriff weighs in on mom's viral Facebook post about being breastfeeding-shamed by a cop.

Georgia mom Savannah Shukla was feeding her one-month-old baby inside a Piggly-Wiggly when a police officer approached her to erroneously claim it was illegal for her to do so. His grounds (wrong) were that he could see a little areola. Of course she had to feed her baby, EVERYONE gets hungry at the grocery store. Despite being completely incorrect, he threatened arrest and shamed her into finishing the feeding in her car.
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